One of the most popular ways to entice people to sign up for an email list or newsletter is to offer something of value in exchange for an email address, name, and sometimes other information.
Creating a course might seem like a lot of work. After all, you have to create a ton of content. And this is on top of all the content it takes to promote it. You probably feel like you’re on a continuous loop of creating content.
So you’ve taken the time to create a spectacular course that you know your students will benefit from. You’ve done all the research.
Since I’ve been embarking on writing posts around the theme of digital course creation and delivery this month, today’s topic is simply best practices and must-haves for your courses.
You’ve decided to create a course to teach your potential students from. However, you quickly run into a problem – you don’t know the type of course model you want to use.
As you’re planning and developing your digital e-course, one of the things you also need to consider is what platform to use to deliver it successfully. Today’s post provides an insight on what platforms are available, listing pros and cons for each.